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    As the temperature decreases, the strenght of the HFF will increase due to the increase in magnetisation of the material (Curie’s law). This causes the magnetic HFF peaks to be more visible at lower temperatures. At these low temperatures the magnetic moments of the atoms will align and turn the material into a ferromagnet, this causes the magnetic HFF to be bigger.

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